Grampa Chuy’s restaurant in Torrington, Wyo.
On the way back from our Wyoming adventure, husband and I wanted to try a novel dining experience.
We weren’t quite up to trying the diner in Guernsey, all the places in Fort Laramie seemed to be shuttered for the non-tourist season, and the establishment on the east end of Lingle was closed on a Sunday evening.
Random non sequitur: Lingle has a cute bandshell, does it not?
That left Torrington as a last outpost before we’d hit Penny’s Diner in Morrill.
We drove Main Street in Torrington, and Grampa Chuy’s Mexican restaurant (1915 Main Street 307-532-2982) looked friendly and inviting – and it was.
Husband was happy to get a hot cup of tea.
Husband got the Sunday evening special – tamales – and he said it was very good.
I tried the chile relleno. Bleh. Too much cheese and I didn’t like the breading texture. (Keep in mind – I am a chile relleno snob. It would probably be just fine for most folks.)
I wouldn’t mind going back to this friendly little Mexican restaurant.
Copyright 2011 by Katie Bradshaw